Bleeding from the gums is a clinical indicator of underlying gum disease..... you will be requiring a session of teeth cleaning because those deposits cannot be removed by brushing alone..... proper brushing after the procedure will be definitely important for maintaining the results of the treatment.... Regards.....
Bleeding from teeth is actually bleeding from gums which is a sign of unhealthy gums. You need to visit a dentist, if needed get some xrays done, give proper history about all the medicines that you are taking currently £am sure your dentist will help you out.
primarily, I feel what you will need is a routine cleaning of the gum tissues & teeth & your bleeding will stop.
You mostly require one round of subgingival scaling (cleaning below gum level) to remove deposits such as calculus from causing inflammation of your gums.
If the dentist suggests after examination- you may require some sort of periodontal therapy (gum treatment) .
Mostly should subside after one round of oral prophylaxis/scaling.
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